LINEUP OUTLOOK: Lineup spot changes for Candelario, Kim, and Jazz

With the midpoint of the season upon us, lineups continue evolving across the major league landscape. This week's Lineup Outlook will delve into three hitters potentially taking over new spots in their teams' respective batting orders. There's also our last weekly hitting stream segment ahead of the All-Star break. Because there are so many moving pieces in Colorado's lineup, along with the eventual return of Kris Bryant, it's best to track how the batting order evolves before getting too excited about Ezequiel Tovar batting second and waiting to see where Nolan Jones settles in. Without further ado, this week's hitters of interest. 

Jeimer Candelario (3B, WAS)

Even though he's migrated throughout the batting order this year, he hit...

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